View from the hilltop above Colan, looking down at the church and beach. A beautiful sunset in colan
Confortable Rooms in Colan, Peru
5 guests
1 bedroom
2 beds
1 bath
5 guests
1 bedroom
2 beds
1 bath
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Ages 2 - 12
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The space

Confortable private room, two tiny blocks from the beach in Colan, Peru.

Private exterior entrance.

Shared bathroom

The rooms are at 5 minutes walking from the main streets where all the shops and restaurants are.

I can provide breakfast with additional cost.

!!!! No ATM in Colan !!!!

Cable TV

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House Rules

No loud parties, no guests over night, no drugs, no alcohol abuse, no smoking in the bedrooms.

Paiement in cash on arrival.

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Dog(s), cat(s), and other pet(s) live in the house


2 nights minimum stay

4 Reviews

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Danny User Profile
December 2014
We loved our stay at Rosemary's place. We were perfectly situated just a few minutes walk from the beach and the main streets. The room was lovely, very clean and bright. Rosemary is doing a fantastic job looking after all the animals, we wish her the best of luck!

Heikki User Profile
July 2014
We picked the place because of the animals and we really loved them. Just as a accommodation it is little pit overprices. The room is pretty basic as expected. The beds were good and it was nice to have our own backdoor. Breakfast was puns with butter and jam, tasty fresh fruit juice, tea and sometimes a egg or omelette.

Donald User Profile
January 2013
Great place ti stay. Five minute walk to the beach or the strip of shops and restaurants. The room is minimal and cozy, with two twin beds, a large bathroom with working hot water, and Direct TV. Rosemary is a wonderful person and an excellent host. The house actually doubles as an animal rescue -- Rosemary has been working for many years to improve the treatment of animals in Peru. She is a saint. The yard where the animals live is beautiful, with flower gardens and tropical fruit. Highly recommended!

Jorge User Profile
August 2017
El cuarto es de lujo para un verano, además está cerca de todo en Colan, yo fui en invierno y pase algo de frío, pero Rosemary es muy confiable y te orienta bien, sus desayunos son excelentes y su conversación amena y llena de información y anécdota que enriquecen tu estadía. Totalmente recomendable.

Colán, PeruJoined in August 2012
Rosemary User Profile

Rosemary Gordon, founder of Asociación Humanitaria "San Fransisco De Asis" was born in Peru to a South African father and Peruvian mother. At the age of 12 years Rose and her family moved to South Africa where she lived and later raised her family before moving back to Peru in 1996. Since this time a small dedicated group of people with the invaluable assistance of contacts in both South Africa and Canada have worked very hard to provide services and programs to animals & their owners in Colan, Piura and surrounding villages.

The villages of the surrounding areas suffer from extreme poverty and animals are in great need of care. In the past, closest access to veterinarian services had been a 60km trek via bus to the town of Piura. A trip made difficult not only by cost factors but also due to the fact that many forms of public transport are either unwilling to have animals on board or if permitted to travel at all, are relegated to the trunk of the vehicle. Now thanks to the invaluable services of our veterinarians and volunteers, the Asociation provides mobile Veterinarian Services/Clinics to those small rural towns and villages who previously have gone without. The team moves into a community, sets up shop in an available area and gets down to work with spay/neuter, de-worming, mange treatments and various other emergency services. In addition to this another team member rounds up children in the village and conducts impromptu educational awareness classes on animal wellbeing and environment using educational information provided by WSPA ( World Society for the Protection of Animals) and HSI (Humane Society International).

In addition to the above, yearly Equine Workshops/Clinics are provided in conjunction with the assistance of Humane Society International. As working equines make up a large part of rural Peruvian life, their services are in high demand. Working with the people through animal care has led to many other opportunities. One of which has been finding wonderful friends in Nova Scotia, Canada who have been instrumental in forming a Colan branch of the “Family to Family Program” between families in Nova Scotia, and needy families in Colan, Piura, Peru.

Languages: English, Español
Response rate: 100%
Response time: a few days or more

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